Razlikovalne, odvisne in proste fonološke oznake v slovenskem znakovnem jeziku

  • Matic Pavlič Pedagoška fakulteta Univerze v Ljubljani
Ključne besede: fonologija, fonem, fonološka oznaka, minimalni par, slovenski znakovni jezik

Povzetek

Uporabniki govornih jezikov so samodejno pozorni na fonološke oznake in se pri zaznavi glasov ne osredotočajo na njihove jezikovno nerelevantne značilnosti, ki lahko variirajo med drugim glede na spol, starost in čustveno ali zdravstveno stanje govorca. Na enak način kretanje zaznavajo kretalci, vendar pa so fonološke oznake v znakovnih jezikih zaradi vidnega prenosnika posredovane po drugih fizikalnih količinah, kot smo jih jezikoslovci vajeni iz govornih jezikov – in so posledično slabše raziskane. V članku so z metodo minimalnih parov predstavljene fonološke oznake iz štirih naravnih razredov (gibanja, oblike dlani, mesta kretanja in mimike) ter njihove funkcije (razlikovalna, odvisna in prosta oznaka) v slovenskem znakovnem jeziku (SZJ).

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PavličM. (2021) „Razlikovalne, odvisne in proste fonološke oznake v slovenskem znakovnem jeziku“, Slavistična revija, 69(1), str. 83–102. Dostopno na: https://srl.si/ojs/srl/article/view/3895 (Pridobljeno: 19junij2021).
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